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Old 02-12-2014, 03:14 PM   #127
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Originally Posted by ravimolasaria View Post
Whoa .... it's quite long session Pratik. Glad to see progression either in wt. or in form of reps. Also heartening to see you still left some in tank ... Keep up the great work brother ...
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Just take care you don't get injured. It is good to take some more rest between sets as you already did. Job very well done.
Thanks Ravi. To be honest the recent lower back / hip pull was at the back of my mind. Injuries dont help, so for these sessions especially after long days, I am taking my time between sets.

Also, since last week, I am veering towards a light day once a week - next session will be the light one (in terms of weights, but 12-15 reps). Hopefully not going heavy each time will help with injury management.
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